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Road Traffic

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Our bespoke solutions support our clients’ wider transport and environmental strategies, which include improving air quality, reducing congestion and being socially aware.  We are one of the most experienced enforcement providers in the recovery of penalty charge notices (PCNs) spanning across Parking, Bus Lane, Free Flow, Moving Traffic and Low Emission Zones contraventions.  

As one of the leading enforcement partners in the UK, working with many local government clients, we ensure our approach is always responsible in the collection of unpaid PCNs.

Our process helps to avoid chasing debts that will never be collected. We proactively engage with customers to make payment as easy as possible offering multiple to pay and real-time reporting online helps you to keep track of the whole process from start to finish.

We have many years’ experience in road traffic enforcement and resolving PCNs, and we offer a comprehensive range of services. Using customer profiling, historical intelligence and data trends, we can establish an individual’s ability to pay and develop a collection strategy that helps fulfil client objectives. Our experienced team also includes a dedicated Persistent Evaders team which uses our bespoke innovative technology.


We maximise collection rates through training and technology to develop a collection strategy for our clients.
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Clean Air Zones

We are highly experienced in handling cases relating to Ultra Low Emission Zones (ULEZ) and Clean Air Zones (CAZ) cases.
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Bus Lanes & Congestion Zones

We help improve road safety and traffic management with ANPR enforcement and PCN collection services.
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Moving Traffic Violations

We have been enforcing moving traffic violations in London for many years.
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At Ross & Roberts, we leverage our experience, expertise and technology to deliver a seamless service that maximises collections and empowers both staff and communities.”

Martyn Shapter, Managing Director